2010 Mock Rounds 1-6

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    Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6

    I'd also add:

    RB Evan Royster, 6-1, 213, 4.52 - Penn St
    RB DeMarco Murray, 6-0, 214, 4.48 - Oklahoma


    Just keeping the thread going.  It'll die soon.


     
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    I'd also add: RB Evan Royster, 6-1, 213, 4.52 - Penn St RB DeMarco Murray, 6-0, 214, 4.48 - Oklahoma Just keeping the thread going.  It'll die soon.
    Posted by Faucetman


    Faucet,
    Thanks!  Below is the running list. 

    2011 Draft Options

     

    Michael Floyd- WR- Notre Dame
    Julio Jones- WR- Alabama

    Austin Pettis- WR- Boise State

    Jonathan Baldwin- WR- Pitt

    Ryan Broyles- WR- Oklahoma

    A.J. Green- WR- Georgia

    Mark Ingram- RB- Alabama

    Noel Devine- RB- West Virginia

    Ryan Williams- RB- Virginia Tech

    Daniel Thomas- RB- Kansas State

    Evan Royster- RB- Penn State

    Demarco Murray- RB- Oklahoma

    Kyle Rudolph- TE- Notre Dame

    Owen Marecic- FB- Stanford

    Stanley Havili- FB- USC
    Jake Locker- QB- Washington

    Ryan Mallet- QB- Arkansas

    Andrew Luck- QB- Stanford

    John Brantley- QB- Florida

    Blaine Gabbert- QB- MissouriChristian Ponder- QB- FSU

    Greg Romeus- DE- Pitt

    Marcel Dareus- DE- Alabama

    Adrian Clayborn- DE – Iowa

    Jarvis Jenkins- DE- Clemson
    Jared Crick- DT/DE- Nebraska

    Allen Bailey- DT/DE- Miami

    Marvin Austin- DT/DE- UNC

    Cameron Heyward- DT/DE- Ohio State

    Ryan Kerrigan- DE/OLB- Purdue

    Robert Quinn- DE/OLB- UNC

    Quan Sturdivant- ILB- North Carolina

    Mark Herlzich- OLB- Boston College

    Cliff Mathews- OLB- South Carolina

    Chris Galippo- ILB- USC

    Dante Hightower- LB- Alabama

    Patrick Peterson- CB- LSU

    Prince Amukamara- CB- Nebraska

    Rahim Moore- FS- UCLA

    Anthony Castonzo- OT- Boston College

    Gabe Carimi- OT- Wisconsin

    Matt Reynolds- OT- BYU

    Nate Solder- OT- Colorado

    Nate Potter- OT- Boise State

    Mike Pouncey- C- Florida

    Justin Boren- C- Ohio State

     
     
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    Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6

    now take that list, and find everyone with a M, and there is somepeople that we will mostlikely draft, but this draft will be all about OFFENCE :D
     
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    tate they can also have a W if I recall.
    I dont see all O.  We still need a RDE and another OLB. 
     
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    haha tru tru, well that all depends on how Crable turns out, and Guyton definatly has the sped to switch to OLB, i think he is faster then Mayo is, hmm i still think we take RB first, then WR, then we concentrate on D, maybe not WR bcus all the people we have now, this year will be intresting
     
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    Ok, how about Greg Womeus or Patrick Meterson? ha

    In all honesty, I can see them going QB high (one of their first four picks) as on paper, this class appears far deeper than the 2010 QB class. I posted this on another thread, but while it's still early, there are probably 5 or 6 kids that I'll be monitoring this year that possess 1st round potential.

    Jake Locker- QB (6-3 226) Washington

    Ryan Mallet- QB (6-6 238) Arkansas (red-shirt junior)

    Andrew Luck- QB (6-4 235) Stanford (red-shirt sophmore)

    John Brantley- QB (6-3 218) Florida (junior)
    Christian Ponder- QB (6-3 218) FSU
    Blaine Gabbert- QB (6-5 240) Missouri
    (junior)

     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Faucet, Thanks!  Below is the running list.  2011 Draft Options   Michael Floyd- WR- Notre Dame Julio Jones- WR- Alabama Austin Pettis- WR- Boise State Jonathan Baldwin- WR- Pitt Ryan Broyles- WR- Oklahoma A.J. Green- WR- Georgia Mark Ingram- RB- Alabama Noel Devine- RB- West Virginia Ryan Williams- RB- Virginia Tech Daniel Thomas- RB- Kansas State Evan Royster- RB- Penn State Demarco Murray- RB- Oklahoma Kyle Rudolph- T E- Notre Dame Owen Marecic- FB- Stanford Stanley Havili- FB- USC Jake Locker- QB- Washington Ryan Mallet- QB- Arkansas Andrew Luck- QB- Stanford John Brantley- QB- Florida Blaine Gabbert- QB- Missouri Christian Ponder- QB- FSU Greg Romeus- DE- Pitt Marcel Dareus- DE- Alabama Adrian Clayborn- DE – Iowa Jarvis Jenkins- DE- Clemson Jared Crick- DT/DE- Nebraska Allen Bailey- DT/DE- Miami Marvin Austin- DT/DE- UNC Cameron Heyward- DT/DE- Ohio State Ryan Kerrigan- DE/OLB- Purdue Robert Quinn- DE/OLB- UNC Quan Sturdivant- ILB- North Carolina Mark Herlzich- OLB- Boston College Cliff Mathews- OLB- South Carolina Chris Galippo- ILB- USC Dante Hightower- LB- Alabama Patrick Peterson- CB- LSU Prince Amukamara- CB- Nebraska Rahim Moore- FS- UCLA Anthony Castonzo- OT- Boston College Gabe Carimi- OT- Wisconsin Matt Reynolds- OT- BYU Nate Solder- OT- Colorado Nate Potter- OT- Boise State Mike Pouncey- C- Florida Justin Boren- C- Ohio State  
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    That's 45 guys.  I expect CAR to be bad this year meaning we could have 3 selections from that list.  I'm not sure I'd pull the trigger on a QB just yet.  Perhaps we can trade our 2nd for a 2012 first.  Of this group if we can come away with a stud pass rushing DE/OLB, an OT, a WR and a RB, I'd be very happy; assuming we keep our top 4 picks.



     
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    Ok, how about Greg Womeus or Patrick Meterson? ha In all honesty, I can see them going QB high (one of their first four picks) as on paper, this class appears far deeper than the 2010 QB class. I posted this on another thread, but while it's still early, there are probably 5 or 6 kids that I'll be monitoring this year that possess 1st round potential. Jake Locker- QB (6-3 226) Washington Ryan Mallet- QB (6-6 238) Arkansas (red-shirt junior) Andrew Luck- QB (6-4 235) Stanford (red-shirt sophmore) John Brantley- QB (6-3 218) Florida (junior) Christian Ponder- QB (6-3 218) FSU Blaine Gabbert- QB (6-5 240) Missouri (junior)
    Posted by mbeaulieu07

    im an FSU fan and watched alot of Christian Ponder, idk if hes injury prone, i just remember him get injured last season, thats the only bad news about him though, he always had to keep his team in the game bcus there defence couldnt stop a 3 year old girl, ofter throwing 5 or 6 touchdowns, but 1 man can only take so much and thats why we lost as many games as we did, id love for Ponder to come to the Pats, he be a great replacement for Brady
     
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    Here's my first 2 rounds next year, a long ways out but there are going to be some stud defensive guys out next year.  Not a deep class but very talented early so with 4 picks in the first 64 I think they put the finishing touches to the team.

    #10 (from Raiders) Greg Romeus OLB will be the beast OLB we've all been missing since WM left.
    #32 (off course) Lee Zimbia OT
    #34 (from Carolina) Allen Bailey DE
    #64 Daniel Thomas RB
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : im an FSU fan and watched alot of Christian Ponder, idk if hes injury prone, i just remember him get injured last season, thats the only bad news about him though, he always had to keep his team in the game bcus there defence couldnt stop a 3 year old girl, ofter throwing 5 or 6 touchdowns, but 1 man can only take so much and thats why we lost as many games as we did, id love for Ponder to come to the Pats, he be a great replacement for Brady
    Posted by TateGroup


    It'll be interesting to see what direction the teams goes in under Jimbo Fisher, he's known as a good offensive coach and has a lot of experience at some high profile programs.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : That's 45 guys.  I expect CAR to be bad this year meaning we could have 3 selections from that list.  I'm not sure I'd pull the trigger on a QB just yet.  Perhaps we can trade our 2nd for a 2012 first.  Of this group if we can come away with a stud pass rushing DE/OLB, an OT, a WR and a RB, I'd be very happy; assuming we keep our top 4 picks.
    Posted by Faucetman


    WR will be intriguing this year with several potential big time talents being draft eligible.  I haven't seen a lot of Pettis because BSU is seldom on TV, but I have seen a ton of Michael Floyd and he is the real deal.  I've also had the luxury of watching Baldwin dominate ND this past season to the tune of 5-142-1, they had no answer for him.  Jones is a big, tough, physical kid and you know BB will get all needed info from Saban, I look forward to watching both him and Green on the CBS games this year.  Broyles is far and away the smallest of this group, but has good speed/quickness and big play ability both as a receiver and return man.

    Michael Floyd- WR (6-3 220) Notre Dame
    Julio Jones- WR (6-4 212) Alabama

    Austin Pettis- WR (6-3 202) Boise State

    Jonathan Baldwin- WR (6-5 225) Pitt

    Ryan Broyles- WR (5-10 178) Oklahoma

    A.J. Green- WR (6-4 208) Georgia

     
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    Here's my first 2 rounds next year, a long ways out but there are going to be some stud defensive guys out next year.  Not a deep class but very talented early so with 4 picks in the first 64 I think they put the finishing touches to the team. #10 (from Raiders) Greg Romeus OLB will be the beast OLB we've all been missing since WM left. #32 (off course) Lee Zimbia OT #34 (from Carolina) Allen Bailey DE #64 Daniel Thomas RB
    Posted by Pats7393


    Romeus (6-5 270) is the non-QB/WR that interests me the most heading into the 2010 college season.  He's pretty new to the game having only picked it up as a senior in HS, but has shown the ability to pressure the QB and make plays behind the LOS with 26.5 Sack and 15.5 TFL over the last two seasons.
     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : Romeus (6-5 270) is the non-QB/WR that interests me the most heading into the 2010 college season.  He's pretty new to the game having only picked it up as a senior in HS, but has shown the ability to pressure the QB and make plays behind the LOS with 26.5 Sack and 15.5 TFL over the last two seasons.
    Posted by mbeaulieu07


    I know there are going to be some really good WRs coming out but I saw this guy a couple of times and he's the real deal.  I think BB will have all the ammo at his disposal to get this guy.  If Cunningham turns out to be a 15 sack guy maybe not but Romeus is a beast!.
     
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    Are there any pure 3-4 DE's coming out next year? I like Romeus as well, but he seems a bit light to play RDE. Now at OLB, he would have nice size and length. 

    With 4 picks in the first 2 rounds, we will have the ability to do what we did this year. Move up, back or side to side. Should be interesting again.

    MB..thanks for the WR list above. I'm going to make some mental notes to watch these guys more closely come this year and be ready to discuss in detail come next.

    In terms of the positions that need filling...hard to tell at this point. I immediately list RDE. Outside of that, question marks everywhere. We have so much young talent, we'll have to see who plays and who plays well this year. But again, the RDE position is one I have my eye on.
     
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    Are there any pure 3-4 DE's coming out next year? I like Romeus as well, but he seems a bit light to play RDE. Now at OLB, he would have nice size and length.  With 4 picks in the first 2 rounds, we will have the ability to do what we did this year. Move up, back or side to side. Should be interesting again. MB..thanks for the WR list above. I'm going to make some mental notes to watch these guys more closely come this year and be ready to discuss in detail come next. In terms of the positions that need filling...hard to tell at this point. I immediately list RDE. Outside of that, question marks everywhere. We have so much young talent, we'll have to see who plays and who plays well this year. But again, the RDE position is one I have my eye on.
    Posted by PatsLifer


    PL,
    Below are a couple of potential 3-4 DE's to keep a close eye on this season is:

    Jared Crick- DT/DE (6-6 285) Nebraska (Junior)- He was All Big 12 First Team as a sophmore playing DT and by all accounts was very good vs. the run while also racking up 9.5 sacks and 15 TFL.

    Marcel Dareus- DT/DE (6-3 280) Alabama (Junior)- Big, tough, versatile athletic, stout against the run and proven against top competition (led Alabama in sacks in 2009), he'll get an opportunity to shine this year as the primary player upfront in Saban's base 3-4.


     

     

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